One year ago today and we still miss you every day. Thank you for taking such a special place in our hearts! We love and miss you always. Love Karin, Doug and girlies
The little 5 year old children would be nervous, yet excited, about this big, new place called school. Wendy would welcome them into her art room, her smile would make them feel at ease. She encouraged them to try new things, showed them new skills, to be versatile
and challenged to do their best. In Wendy's memory I promise to support Art Education in schools, and encourage others to do the same.
Dear Russo family, You are in my thoughts and prayers. Mom loved you all so much, as you know. She would seek me out ever year at the Clam Festival and up date me on you all or introduce me to a grand baby. You are a wonderful family and my heart aches with your loss.
Dear Russo family, My sincere condolences.
Ms. Russo was my art teacher her first year at Lyseth (and for the next 3 years). I loved art from that day on! (now my field) She was so warm; a real gem...I am one of thousands of students she touched; she was that special.
Dear Russo Family, Wendy and I went to LMJHS together and were always doing something crazy like smokeing cigars in the basement of her mothers house. (We both got sick) and her mother just laughed at us. She was a wonderful person and I am only sorry that I didn't get to remain in her life as we moved out of state. I will never forget that she showed up at my Dad's funeral after we had not been in touch for many years. Wendy really was a very special person. My condolences to all your family. Sheila Cunion Bartlett